All while showing no proof you have done this. How can you talk to the people in the know in a conference call? Yet NO ONE outside yourself can even pull that off. Right... Have at that one.
Last thing I am going to be saying about your lies...
Anyone who is a Windows Phone User wanting Cyan can't deny this as well and shows how much bull without evidence you say.
If this information is indeed fact pushing the evidence in the forefront would BENEFIT every windows phone users on Verizon. By you WITHHOLDING said evidence you are not helping your cause. This is how I know it's a load of bull with what you are saying treating hearsay and rumors as facts and trying to pass them as facts. Windows Phone Central would love to push your story if you had any factual information to give them and it would help get the word out there. Seriously If you are not going to share the information and evidence here share it with the media outlets. So why withhold this information and evidence if you want results?
Either that be quiet about what information you do not have...
Tidbits to refute rednibkram claims, why don't you call VZW support and have them conference Nokia in and ask them same questions rednibkam asked and see what they tell you.
You asking provide proof of a phone conversation and the only way would be to record it and post it. Support doesn't provide a transcript of the conversation; I think.
I've tried that more than once. It wouldn't surprise me others have tried as well. He also made other claims not just that conference call. He said he had emails with Verizon CEO's explaining things to him because of the FCC dealings yet others who did the exact same thing have even yet come close to talking to a CEO. A lot of things don't add up. The best I got were LOW LEVEL employees who wouldn't know what is going on in another department is happening. I even asked to escalate it and I couldn't even come close to anyone who would know.
I think what this "Under Development" thing means is that Microsoft decided to help Verizon get its act together, but needed a way to do it that didn't make Verizon look like a bad guy. They wanted to help the whole process, not hinder it by pointing fingers and making people mad and even more reluctant to get the job done than they were.
So the statement gets released "Verizon is making sure everything works correctly with their apps" and Microsoft sends over their team to help.
Hopefully this will speed the process for this update - and maybe it will mean closer ties between Microsoft and Verizon, so that future updates get ironed out by the joint team in a smoother, more efficient, and more timely manner.
I agree. This so called executive calls and letters just don't add up.
If you read the former "complaints" he posted on not getting a Android Update it is a wash, rinse, & repeat cycle. On his part.
And for all this complaining it shows you were correct in that it was not actually approved by Verizon and Microsoft indeed had it.
So his first claim of what Verizon and Microsoft said to him "that it was at Verizon and the carrier has to release it" shows it was bogus.
So, looks like I should just bite the bullet and register for the developer preview program...Could be the 22nd century before we see the next update from Verizon!
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